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Google introduces new AI technology for businesses

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At the Google Next conference in San Francisco, Google unveiled a variety of new artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and partnerships aimed at attracting big businesses. Notable new customers for its cloud software include General Motors and Estee Lauder Companies.

This set of announcements follows rival Microsoft’s unveiling of an aggressive AI strategy last year. According to Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian, the goal is to advise companies to adopt AI at their own pace. “Go slowly and methodically because it’s important that you treat this as strategic software development,” he stressed.

To augment its enterprise cloud services, Google added 20 AI models to its library, bringing the collection to 100. The service now also offers access to Meta Platforms’ LLaMa 2 AI model and to the Claude 2 of the startup Anthropic.

The tech giant unveiled an updated version of its custom-made AI chips and a text model called PaLM, meant to process long documents. Also launched was SynthID, a technology for tagging AI-generated images designed to remain intact even after an image has been tampered with.

In another significant move, Google previewed its fifth-generation Tensor Processing Unit (TPU v5e), optimized for large language and general AI models. These chips can be arranged in batches of 256, which Google describes as a “supercomputer”.

Among other updates, Google revealed an AI-powered tool to port Oracle databases to open-source versions and also introduced AI enhancements to its suite of office and security software.

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